Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association / Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers' Association. Forty-seventh annual meeting, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, December 14, 1933. Forty-seventh summer convention, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, August 8, 1933
Smith, Clare S.
Minutes of the 47th summer meeting, p.  PDF (172.0 KB)
MINUTES OF THE 47TH SUMMER MEETING Meeting called to order at 2:15 P. M. at Realty Hall, Wisconsin Rapids, August 8, 1933. President Herman Gebhardt extended a welcome to all growers and friends attending. Mr. E. L. Chambers gave a talk on insect pests, ways and means to combat same. Mr. H. F. Bain told of the cross pollinating work being done the past three years and illustrated with drawings. Mr. L. M. Rogers gave a general survey of planting and reclama- tion of bogs for this state. Mr. A. U. Chaney gave the crop report and Mr. C. M. Chaney spoke on market conditions. A. B. Scott reported on Compensation In- surance. Mr. S. N. Whittlesey, the oldest living grower in the state, gave recollections of his pioneer days in the cranberry game. Mr. Vernon Goldsworthy read a report of his study of Cranberry Problems of 1933. Mr. W. Ebling spoke on his work as Agricultural Statistician. Mr. A. B. Scott, chairman of the committee appointed to protest the licensing bill for cranberry growers, reported that a petition of pro- test had been sent to the finance committee and that he had heard that the bill had been killed in the committee. The minutes were read and approved. Motion was made and sec- onded not to exhibit at the coming State and Wood Co. fairs. Motion made and seconded to extend our appreciation to Mr. Daniels for the candy and cigars. It was voted to hold our next meeting on the first Wednesday in December. Meeting adjourned. CLARE S. SMITH, Secretary.
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